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Security Clearance Guidelines
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline I
The U.S. Department of State determines the people that receive security clearance based on very specific guidelines. Their decision takes into account potential conflicts of interest, reliability, trustworthiness, self-discipline, integrity, and ability to protect classified
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline H
In the last entry of multipart blog series, we discussed how Security Guideline G will stop you from getting security clearance due to excessive alcohol consumption and the lack of better judgement it causes. Security
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline G
As intrusive as it may seem, the United States government is going to pry into your private and social life before giving you security clearance. Everything from with whom you used to associate right
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline F
Many Security Clearance Guidelines judge a person’s character, and therefore their ability to gain clearance or not, using traits that people weigh in day-to-day situations. This next guideline in our multipart blog series discusses
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline E
Your own personal conduct can be a true reflection of who you really are, and the United States government and its agencies know this. If you have conducted yourself in questionable or unfavorable ways
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline D
According to the United States government and its numerous agencies, an individual’s sexual behavior can indicate underlying personality disorders, mental instability, or emotional trauma. In some cases, it is believed that a person’s sexual drive
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline C
The topic of national security clearance is taken gravely each time it comes into question here in the United States. The government and its many agencies has its reasons for keeping certain information away from
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline B
National security clearance is only granted to individuals who the United States government knows it can trust beyond any doubt. To establish this trust and the necessity for clearance, an applicant must meet a
What You Need to Know About Security Clearance Guideline A
When a member of the government or an interested private party seeks national security clearance, whether they be a military officer or a Secret Service agent, they must meet several guidelines before they can be